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Newcastle United Rubbish Transfer News Service – 74 Days To Go (41 in & 16 out..so far!)

6 years ago
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We will still bring you the odd transfer ‘story’ if we think it is worthy of some attention, otherwise you can just rely on our daily service bringing you a round-up of all the rubbish transfer rumours.

The latest ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ (we’ll just add extra clubs after our players’ names as additional clubs show ‘interest’) will be added to the top of each list on a daily basis, leaving you afterwards with a rubbish transfer news free day. Here’s looking forward to close of business on 2nd September (Feel free to let us know of any we’ve missed out and just mention where you saw/heard it).

Any guesses as to how many it will be by September?

If ever you needed proof of how contrived almost every piece of transfer speculation is, you just need to look to look at the past week. With proper news happening, with the JFK fiasco and Lambeezee resignation malarkey, the papers haven’t needed anything to fill the pages so surprise surprise, all has gone quiet on the transfer front.

No need to update our ongoing list as nothing to report, though we have updated to today with one in and one out. You may know plenty about these two.

Here we go;

THE INS

Supreme Commander Joseph Kinnear (66) No Fixed Abode

Striker Brown Ideye (24) Dynamo Kiev

Midfielder Simon Tibbling (18) Djurgardens IF (Sweden)

Forward Darren Bent (29) Aston Villa

Centre- Back Gilbert Imbula (20) Ligue 2 Guingamp (France)

Striker Wayne Rooney (27) Manchester United (How did we forget this exclusive! Thanks to ToonForever for reminding us)

Centre- Back Christopher Julien (20) Ligue 2 AJ Auxerre (France)

Central Defender Douglas (25) FC Twente (out of contract)

Central Defender Jack O’Connell (19) Blackburn Rovers

Central Defender/Left Back Mamadou Sakho (23) PSG

Striker Gervinho (26) Arsenal (Just what we’d need, a striker who has scored 9 goals in 2 years!)

Striker Mason Bennett (16) Derby County

Striker Sessegnon (29) The Mackems!

Midfielder Joel Obi (22) Inter Milan

Winger/Forward Dries Mertens (26) PSV

Midfielder Mathieu Valbuena (28) Marseille

Midfielder Victor Wanyama (22) Celtic

Centre- Back Alex Pearce (24) Reading

Midfielder Will Hughes (18) – Derby County

Defender Adam Reach (20) – Middlesbrough

Striker Luke Williams (19) – Middlesbrough

Midfielder James Morrison (27) – West Brom

Striker Alexandre Lacazette (22) – Lyon

Defender Joleon Lescott – Manchester City

Striker Bojan Krkic – Barcelona.

Defender Nicolas Isimat-Mirin – Valenciennes

Defender Aymen Abdennour – Toulouse.

Defender Kevin Wilson – Celtic

Midfielder Jason Puncheon from Southampton.

Defender Aurelien Chedjou from Lille.

Defender Thomas Vermaelen from Arsenal.

Midfielder Ryan Boudebouz from Sochaux.

Midfielder Steeven Langil from Auxerre.

Striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from St Etienne.

Forward Wilfried Bony from Vitesse.

Striker Loic Remy from QPR.

Winger Tom Ince from Blackpool.

Striker Eder from Sporting Braga.

Striker Andreas Weimann from Villa

Defender Chris Samba from QPR.

Defender Wayne Bridge (32) from Manchester City.

THE OUTS

Derek Llambias – Released TBC

Yohan Cabaye – Monaco, Manchester United, PSG (Renewed claims that PSG looking to bid £15m), Napoli, Roma, New claims that Cabaye has actually passed a medical at Monaco!

Danny Simpson (Now out of contract) – Torino, QPR,

Mike Williamson – Cardiff

Papiss Cisse – Borussia Dortmund, Anzhi, ***Latest is supposedly NUFC will sell him to anyone if won’t wear Wonga shirt

Shane Ferguson – Birmingham City

James Perch – Leicester City

Medhi Abeid – St.Johnstone

Steven Taylor – Arsenal

James Perch – Claims he is up for sale to anyone.

Shola Ameobi – Middlesbrough,

Sammy Ameobi – Middlesbrough,

Cheick Tiote – Lokomotiv Moscow,

Fabricio Coloccini – San Lorenzo (Argentina),

Davide Santon – AC Milan, Zenit St.Petersburg

Hatem Ben Arfa – Monaco, PSG,

Tim Krul – AC Milan,

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